Guardianship and Alternatives
23jun6:00 pm7:00 pmGuardianship and Alternatives
You can participate via phone or computer This session will review the types of decision-makers authorized by Illinois law to make decisions on behalf of another adult. This includes Powers of
You can participate via phone or computer
This session will review the types of decision-makers authorized by Illinois law to make decisions on behalf of another adult. This includes Powers of Attorney, trustees, healthcare surrogates, and guardians. Before you can successfully work with these decision makers, you need to:
1 understand whether the decision-maker us legally entitles to make the decision at issue
2. know the extent of the decision-maker’s authority
3. What ethical standards to use when making decisions.
this presentation will discuss these issues, and much more.
Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Presenter: Amy Gjesdahl, JD
Continuing Education 1 CEU is being awarded to Illinois nurses, social workers, and counselors.
Cost and Registration: There is a $5.00 fee requested for all professionals in the field of aging. To register, please contact Elderwerks at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 847-462-0885. Space is limited.
For a flyer describing the event, click here.
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Attorney Amy Gjesdahl, JD
Amy concentrates her practice in elder law, with a focus on adult guardianship, probate and trust administration, and litigation for vulnerable adults against abuse, neglect, and email@example.com